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Feb, 2018

Food for Your Heart

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. It includes a wide range of conditions that can negatively affect your heart, including coronary artery disease and heart defects. If blood vessels become narrowed or blocked, it can lead to a stroke or heart attack, and other types of heart disease can cause symptoms such as quickly becoming out of breath while being…

elderly man running in the snow


Dec, 2017

Ways to Stay Fit During the Holidays

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The holidays can be the most challenging time of year to stay healthy. With added stress and facing more opportunities to skip workouts, it’s hard to maintain a regime. Develop a plan to deal with stress. From stretching your budget to buy gifts to handling relatives, the holidays can be an extremely stressful time of year. Try to anticipate sources of stress and figure out how you can best manage…

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Nov, 2017

How to Manage Carpal Tunnel

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Carpal tunnel is a common pain syndrome caused by compression of the median nerve located in the wrist. The median nerve branches off from the wrist into the fingers. Compression of the nerve can cause numbness and tingling that…

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Oct, 2017

How Long Should I Wait Before Treating My Vertigo?

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Vertigo is a subjective sensation that can make you feel like you are in motion when you aren’t. The feeling is difficult to describe and varies from one patient to another. As a result, many people who have vertigo are not properly diagnosed for a long time. In addition to this strange feeling, vertigo sufferers often experience a sudden loss of balance. These episodes of lost balance can occur unexpectedly for…

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Sep, 2017

Did I Have a Stroke?

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Most people associate common stroke symptoms with sudden weakness, numbness, confusion, and trouble walking, seeing, or speaking, however, you can also have what’s called a “silent stroke.” What is a silent stroke? A stroke occurs when the blood supply…

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Aug, 2017

How Do You Prevent Yeast Infections?

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Yeast infections can cause annoying symptoms such as vaginal itching, a burning sensation, and discharge. Here are ways to prevent them: Wear the right clothing Since yeast infections thrive in warm, moist environments, wearing dry clothes that give your genital area enough room to “breathe” are the best choices. Don’t stay in wet clothes – Change your clothes as soon as possible after working out or swimming. Choose the right…

man with neck and pack pain


Jul, 2017

5 Ways to Help Maintain Pain

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Chronic pain can interfere with your daily activities and lower your quality of life. In order to continue enjoying your usual activities while also experiencing less discomfort, it’s important to learn ways to manage your pain. Whether you have…

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Jun, 2017

Allergies or a Sinus Infection?

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Sinus infections and allergic reactions to dust, pollen and similar pollutants have a few symptoms in common, making it hard to determine which one you have. Symptoms of Allergies Allergies to outdoor allergens, such as ragweed, pollen, or dust can cause a condition known as allergic rhinitis. This occurs if your body’s immune system designates these allergens as harmful and tries to destroy them. When you’re exposed to these allergens…

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